Books for Children

Your Child’s Checkup: 10 Tips to Prepare Parents & Kids

Your Child’s Checkup: 10 Tips to Prepare Parents & Kids

By Dr. Chrystal de Freitas, author of Jake’s Kindergarten Checkup Well child checkups are a routine part of your child’s life; in fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a yearly visit for all children over the age of one.  Though sometimes dreaded by the child (and therefore the parent), these visits are really opportunities(…)

Mischievous “FisherDawg” Delights

Mischievous “FisherDawg” Delights

We all know that reading promotes academic excellence, but reading with your child daily also enhances the parental bond.  The challenge for a parent is to find the right book, a book that sparks a child’s imagination and takes them from the proscribed “here” to an imagined “there.”  Here’s a book that will delight, entertain(…)

Monster Needs to Go To School

Monster Needs to Go To School

About the Book:  Monster is dreading his first day of school.  But his classroom is full of new friends and so many fun things to learn that Monster forgets his fears in no time…until he catches his friends bullying.  What will Monster do?  Another exuberant addition to the award-winning Monster & Me series, addressing back-to-school(…)

Welcome to School and Ms. Abrams’ Everything Garden

Welcome to School and Ms. Abrams’ Everything Garden

Do you remember that first day of school where you didn’t know anyone in class?  Whether you were coming into a brand new school or entering a new classroom in a school you’ve already been attending, these milestones wreak havoc on a little one’s psyche. Ms. Abrams Everything Garden is an illustrated children’s book and(…)

The LEGO Ideas Book – Unlock Your Imagination

The LEGO Ideas Book – Unlock Your Imagination

You have what it takes! Did you ever wonder what you can do with all of those LEGO® bricks after you have created the project they came with? Now with The LEGO Ideas Book, you can take what you already have and make something new! The book is divided into six themed chapters — transportation,(…)

How to Study – Study Smarter, Not Harder

How to Study – Study Smarter, Not Harder

With the onslaught of new tools—from SMARTBoards and smart phones to a million apps and a zillion websites–the educational landscape has certainly changed, but one thing remains constant, today’s student must still master the basic study skills. This applies to any student – from middle school, to high school, to college to the adult returning(…)